According to a report in The Telegraph, Daniel Levy has decided that Tottenham will not be selling any of their star players this summer despite the difficult financial situation the club find themselves in.
The financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is felt more acuity at Spurs than most other clubs owing to the substantial investment made in their new stadium (Forbes).
The North Londoners recently acquired a £175m loan from the Bank of England in order to cover their projected loses (BBC).
Reports have indicated that Jose Mourinho will not have much money to spend in the summer, with the club reliant on loan deals and free transfers (Mirror).
The Telegraph have now revealed that despite these challenges, Spurs will not be willing to listen to any offers for the likes of Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, and Dele Alli.
The report suggests that the trio will not be sold even if the side fails to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
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I am sure Levy would have contemplated the idea of selling Kane for around £150m-£200m to offset projected loses. However, given the state most clubs around Europe find themselves in, I doubt anyone will be able to afford the likes of Kane or Son for least another couple of years.
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